Informants GSM Arena again breathed a new rumor: Samsung is preparing an Android-based camera Galaxy S III, dubbed as ‘Samsung Galaxy S camera.’ Camera is reportedly going to use a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED screen and Android OS 4.0 ICS.
Products like the camera is described as a merger between a Galaxy S III with a camera point-and-shoot, without a physical button on the back. Thickness may reach 1.5 to 2 times thicker than a Galaxy S III, but the size seems to be too thin to include the ability to zoom up to 10x as rumored.
The camera will use a 16MP sensor with the size of the unknown, a Xenon flash pop-out, as well as the design curve to the right of the camera to improve ergonomic factors.
Connectivity options will be presented in a variant of Wi-Fi only or 3G + Wi-Fi, without the support of voice call must (be very strange to talk via a digital camera is not it?)
Android-based camera from Samsung is expected will be ready to be announced at the IFA 2012 event, to accompany the launch of the Galaxy Note 2. Samsung itself apparently does have a tendency to announce an experimental product in the event the IFA, 2 years ago they announced its first tablet via this event, followed by the launch of the first AMOLED tablet and the Galaxy Note which is a hybrid product between smartphones and tablets in the event year.Gadget